Neo-Georgian

Neo-Georgian

A loose term, descriptive of an architecture that emulates features and details of Georgian architecture, including a symmetrical façade, but commonly historically inaccurate; found primarily in the 19th and 20th centuries, but continues to be built today.
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The August 2017 project at North Carolina State's Gregg Museum included the repurposing of the chancellor's residence, a 1920s, neo-Georgian building that now serves as a secure gallery and event space.
Seven were constructed, using quality materials and in a striking neo-Georgian style, to house 640 men.
65th Street, a neo-Georgian townhouse built in 1905 by renowned architect Charles A.
He isn't seeking clients hankering after the next new thing, but wishes Wales could move away from neo-Georgian boxes and be more daring in ways it renovates its aging housing stock.
The iconic entrance pillars are already taking shape in the building's distinctive neo-Georgian style.
Work is expected to begin early in 2017 on the restoration of the 1920s building which was designed in a distinctive neo-Georgian style.
Architects, Gray, Evans & Crossley, created a neo-Georgian palace with an imposing pillared portico and balcony with Carrara marble and English oak details and Della Robbia plaques.
uk is: "Because of the especially finely detailed floor interior, together with the facade, represents the best South Wales example of inter-war, Neo-Georgian architecture; it also makes an important contribution to the commercial history of Butetown and Cardiff.
There were neo-Georgian style houses built in Dormanstown in 1919.
The architect of Liverpool Cathedral did not build in gothic, however, but in a refined neo-Georgian manner that very much reflected the taste of its time.
They mostly enjoy time away from the spotlight when they're together at home, she says, in Prestbury near Manchester, in their PS5million neo-Georgian mansion set in 20 acres, complete with swimming pool and football pitch.